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Old 07-15-2006, 06:54 PM   #1
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Anyone use the Integy Motor Plugs seen below:

http://integy.automated-shops.com/cg...44106612150.ee

Are they male of female? How do they attach to the motor? Thanks!
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Anyone use the Integy Motor Plugs seen below:

http://integy.automated-shops.com/cg...44106612150.ee

Are they male of female? How do they attach to the motor? Thanks!

Yep got em. Ran them today. That is how I ran stock and 19t. They are great. I have not had any problems with them.
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Yep got em. Ran them today. That is how I ran stock and 19t. They are great. I have not had any problems with them.
So are they male or female? How do they attach? Or maybe you can show me later this week...
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So are they male or female? How do they attach? Or maybe you can show me later this week...

Very easy. Take the small screw out on the brush hood. And the screw in it's place. Then the male is on the esc side. A #2 philips works.

Yeah I hope to be out wednsday to run. I really like the Sphere comp. I had brushless in it when I got there and put the CO27 in and did not have to reprogram the esc. That was great. The GTB would had been a pain.
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I have been running those for a while. In maybe 6 months of racing I have only had two incidents. Once when I was letting my wife drive she hit something just the right way and it cam unplugged. The other incident was my fault. I tried tightening the screw replacement (female end) too much and the head broke off. I suggest getting these style males as some of the males have a smaller hole that only goes through one side and that can make it tough to get anything over 16 guage wire in the hole.

http://integy.automated-shops.com/cg...48106238166.a8

My hobby shop carries them on the "pane side" of you LHS.
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